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  • Is Microsoft mere days away from the next big thing? The internal initiative encourages company insiders to put their best ideas forward.

  • The first data set is for drug-adverse events, with reports submitted from 2004 through 2013 currently available to view.

  • The company is currently working to enhance existing mobile offerings and develop mobile programs that help consumers and improve the health system.

  • NEWS ANALYSIS: The richest troves of unexplored data can be found inside corporations, but only if the data's value and veracity is protected, said an MIT Sloan School IT professor.

  • The sale is the latest move by the networking vendor, which is streamlining its operations and focusing on high-growth areas.

  • DevOps is a software development method that uses automation to focus on communication, collaboration and integration between software developers and IT operations specialists. The goal is to maximize the predictability, efficiency, security and maintainability of operational processes. Examining this trend, Puppet Labs has released its 2014 State of DevOps report, which includes a 9,200-respondent survey. The study revealed that high-performing IT departments not only provide a clear competitive advantage, but that respondents in the "high performing" category reported that their organizations are twice as likely to exceed profitability, market share and productivity goals. The report also found that for the second consecutive year high-performing IT organizations deploy code 30 times more frequently with 50 percent fewer failures. With so much riding on the success and failure of IT, many in the profession are looking for ways to improve process in order to operate at peak levels. The following eWEEK slide show, based on our own reporting and this research, offers tips for practitioners and managers to improve the performance of their organizations.

  • The mobile market is transforming the enterprise. Initially, many enterprises with mobility programs focused on supporting mainly BlackBerry devices with email and a handful of other apps, typically tightly controlled by internal IT departments. Some enterprises may have a handful of apps, typically for field services that are made available on mobile devices while others do not have mobile apps at all. This is changing fast as enterprises aim to empower employees with multiple mobile apps and private app stores. They also want to grow their businesses by reaching out to clients with innovative mobile apps. Many enterprises are planning strategies around cost- and resource-effective mobility solutions whose infrastructure and apps are managed in the cloud. Enterprises need to enable employees to securely access enterprise apps on their personal devices. They also want to build mobile apps that securely access enterprise backend data. Effectively building, testing, distributing and managing mobile apps and data for employees and clients are also key. This slide show, based on input from Hewlett-Packard, offers perspective about enterprise mobility and setting an efficient, cost-effective strategy.

  • Despite the pay bump, hiring slipped 0.2 percent in July nationwide, after being flat in June, according to the SurePayroll small business report.

  • Both consultants and full-time health IT employees ranked better compensation as the number one reason they would consider changing jobs.

  • The Challenge seeks designs for a smaller, better and more efficient solar power inverter, which is used to collect renewable energy to be used by consumers.

  • The executive said he would listen to Elliott Management's ideas but questions whether any company should shed such a strategic asset.

  • The company said that after a month of exploring the sale of the baseband unit, the decision was instead to wind it down.

  • The visualization search tool uses an interactive U.S. map so job seekers can see the best opportunities by region.

  • IBM named Frances West as the company’s first Chief Accessibility Officer to guide Big Blue's accessibility policies and practices.

  • The report warns health data shared on a social networking site can become a “digital tattoo” for a consumer, and it is almost impossible to remove.

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